Pastor Paul Begley of West Lafayette in Indiana, US, has warned his followers of a nonexistent wayward planet, which he believes threatens the Earth. Pastor Begley hosts the weekly show The Coming Apocalypse where he links Bible prophecies to modern-day events. The preacher also posts almost daily updates to his YouTube channel where he makes outrageous claims about earthquakes, hurricanes and asteroid flybys.
In a recent video shared to his more than 337,000 followers, Pastor Begley explored the debunked Nibiru or Planet X theory.
Since the 1990s, many conspiracy theorists have claimed a wayward planet that orbits the Sun every 3,600 years produces calamitous events on Earth.
Planet X, also known as Nibiru or The Goblin, is sometimes described as a planet 10 times bigger than Earth or as a brown dwarf star dragging a number of smaller planets behind it.
But there is not a single shred of evidence to back this bizarre theory and the world’s leading astronomers have long debunked it as an online hoax.
Pastor Begley, however, is certain evidence of Nibiru’s existence can be found in the Bible.
Christian conspiracists who have bought the theory, believe Nibiru is known in the Bible as Wormwood.
The Book of Revelation, Chapter 8, for instance, states: “The third angel blew his trumpet, and a great star fell from heaven, blazing like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water.
“The name of the star is Wormwood. A third of the waters became wormwood, and many people died from the water, because it had been made bitter.”
The passages, Revelation 8:10-11, describe one of many apocalyptic events that will supposedly unfold in the end days.
The Earth is going to reel and rock like a drunken man
Paul Begley, The Coming Apocalypse
And if Pastor Begley’s claims are to be believed, these events might already be unfolding.
The firebrand preacher said: “Are you serious? Are you ready for the incoming asteroids that certainly are going to threaten this planet?
“And has Planet X or a binary system caused, causing the heavens to shake and the Earth to quake?
“Well, the Bible says in Isaiah, Chapter 24, that the Earth is going to reel and rock like a drunken man.
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“And the Bible also tells us of two major deep impacts that will hit the Earth, in Revelation Chapter 8.”
The preacher went on to say NASA has prepared for this eventuality when it established a Nibiru task force years ago.
He said: “No I haven’t seen Planet X or Nibiru, but there’s a lot of mathematical proof and a lot of scientists and astronomers who do say that this dark planet that’s so far out there on the edge of our solar system that it’s creating five waves of energy, that is shaking the heavens.”
But there is no evidence of Planet X in any astronomical observations and NASA has never entertained the story.
The Nibiru hoax has been previously linked to claims the world would end in 2012, and more recently on September 23, 2017.
Prominent astronomer and NASA scientist David Morrison said: “A large planet – or a brown dwarf – in our solar system would have been known to astronomers for many years, both indirectly from its gravitational perturbations on other objects and by direct detection in the infrared.
“The NASA Infrared Astronomy Satellite (IRAS) carried out the first all-sky survey in 1983, and several subsequent surveys would also have seen Nibiru if it were there.
“Further, if a large mass passed through the inner solar system every 3600 years, we would see its disruptive effects on the orbits of the inner planets, and we don’t.
“But don’t take my word for it. Just use common sense. Have you seen Nibiru?”
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